Centralised kitchens run by NGOs opposed

December 18, 2019 12:00 am | Updated 05:13 am IST - BENGALURU

Right to Food Campaign – Karnataka (RFC-K) has opposed the centralised kitchens run by NGOs and has demanded the State government that school-based kitchens should be continued. RFC-K member Sylvia Karpagam told reporters here on Tuesday said food prepared in school-based kitchens is fresh, more palatable, and culturally similar to what children eat in their homes, which ensures that children consume more.

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